Paul is mistaken for Robin Hood so the brothers have to rescue Maid Marian from the ruthless Sheriff of Nottingham.
Paul attempts to impress a legendary pop diva.
Paul and Barry are trapped in an elevator with No Slacking.
Paul and Barry are tricked into helping a smuggler and come across an old enemy.
Barry tries to find out what's wrong with Paul.
Paul and Barry visit historic Craggy Head.
Paul and Barry go on the trail of an elusive pea.
Summoned by their elderly uncle, Paul and Barry discover a fraud.
Paul shows Barry the right and wrong way to run a corner grocery shop.
The brothers' handy work comes under the watchful eye of a consumer TV program.
More hilarious antics with the silly siblings as they help their Scottish cousin, Douglas McChuckle, rediscover his roots.
Paul and Barry wriggle their way into a worm charming competition.
Paul and Barry take to the hills for a cross country race.
Barry's trip to the dentist soon flies by.
Paul and Barry are once again caught up in the French Revolution with their old ally the Purple Pimple.
Paul and Barry decide to open a coffee stall, but they've got competition.
Paul and Barry learn that there are many pitfalls involved in running a bed and breakfast.
Paul and Barry find they need to sweet talk themselves out of a rather sticky situation.
Paul and Barry learn the ups and downs of running a mobile caravan cafe.
Reality TV comes to Paul and Barry as they attempt to turn a rundown cottage into a solar-powered pottery.
A mischievous leprechaun digs up trouble for Paul and Barry.
Paul and Barry start a wheelie bin business.
Paul and Barry have a few surprises in store when they have tea in a quaint country cafe.
Paul and Barry help clear out Dan the Van's gran's loft, and find a music box with mysterious powers.
Paul and Barry look after a bookshop and meet a magician from the past.
A quiet day by the river means Paul can demonstrate his prowess as an angler.
Paul and Carrington-Smythe are captured by the evil doctor; Barry may have to hand over the plasma bubble in exchange for their safe return.
Paul and Barry are taken to a safe house to find out what makes Barry tick.
A quiet day in the park takes a strange turn when Barry becomes strangely attractive.
Paul and Barry return to their old school for the Pupil of the Century competition, and Paul has no doubt who the winner will be.
Paul and Barry look after a spooky museum containing an Egyptian mummy.
It's Christmas in the 19th-century Chuckles Sweet Emporium; Paul receives a ghostly visitation.
Paul and Barry help out in Santa's workshop.
As Paul and Barry celebrate, the weather starts to turn, and they wonder if it could be due to the professor's machine.
Paul and Barry discover that Maddy is hiding out with the mysterious Shoo-ing monks, so they decide to go undercover as men of the cloth in order to track her down.
Now that they have the duplicate ruby, Paul and Barry recall all the original guests back to Gran's house; to avoid suspicions, they use the pretence of a magic show.
Paul hatches a plan to smoke out the original robber and thereby find the ruby; Dan the Van asks the brothers to sell an old antique for them.
Paul and Barry celebrate saving the world before discovering that they are trapped in a room guarded by a silver robot.
Paul and Barry attempt to resist the temptation to touch a forbidden ring.
Paul and Barry visit a professor's laboratory where Paul discovers a machine that swaps Barry's body with a cat and a spider.
Paul and Barry discover that the final key to their mission is concealed on a medallion owned by pop idol MCC Ugly; in a bid to retrieve it, the pair decides to follow him on his hectic schedule.
Paul and Barry follow the trail of a kidnapped professor.
Paul and Barry travel into space to locate the reclusive professor Rex Frimley.
Paul must guard a donkey that will be presented to a visiting diplomat.
Paul and Barry search the apartment of the suave Carrington-Smythe for clues after the theft of a valuable ruby.
Paul and Barry visit a 19th-century mill to track down a thief; while Paul investigates, Barry causes unrest among the workers whose 19th-century traditions are put into question by his 21st-century revelations.
Paul and Barry install a safe for Dan the Van's Gran and discover a priceless ruby and some suspicious dinner guests in the process.
Four clones of Barry appear.
Paul and Barry help out on a Scottish estate.
Paul and Barry run a lost-and-found office.
Paul and Barry look after a cricket pitch.
Paul and Danny are running a hairdressing salon.
Paul and Barry look after the bees at Honey Castle.
Paul and Barry set out on a medieval quest.
Paul and Barry have a grudge golf match with their identical cousins and the Chuckmobile is at stake.
Paul and Barry have trouble with the telephone.
The Duke of Kumquat's candlelit dinner.
Paul and Barry try to retrieve their stolen lollipop.
Paul and Barry tangle with an outlaw in the Wild West.
Paul and Barry try to deliver invisible glass.
Paul tries to become a movie star; Barry meets his doppelganger.
Paul and Barry set up a white elephant stall and meet up with an unscrupulous bric-a-brac dealer.
Accident-prone brothers stay in an eerie castle.
Working as assistants at the town hall, Paul and Barry are going to do everything perfectly.
Paul and Barry decide on a change of image and discover a new miracle fabric, but there are others keen to get their sticky hands on it.
Paul and Barry attempt more than one kind of delivery when they get jobs as milkmen.
Paul and Barry take up residency at Mrs. Hepplewhite's hotel, but when they learn that she is allergic to animals, they take steps to remove one of their magical assistants.
Paul and Barry discover an ancient well.
Barry discovers a new comet and a jealous Paul tries to steal his glory.
Paul and Barry are whisked away to South America.
Paul and Barry man a Mexican float.
The hunt for Dan the van is an impossible mission for Paul and Berry.
The brothers enter a sandcastle competition.
Paul and Barry work as rabbit wardens near an archaeological dig.
The brothers serve meals to airline passengers.
Paul and Barry visit a church.